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optimizing a site written in FrontPage (part 2)
continuation of thread

 4:21 pm on Mar 27, 2001 (gmt 0)

This is a continuation of the Front Page discussion [webmasterworld.com]. It's becoming a long download for our members without fast connections. -Tedster

Boneheadicus made this post:

While we're all kissing and making up now I thought I would interject a few fond memories as well.

One thing I do miss about FP is the ability to slurp up a site (table structure and all) by using the edit button in IE. I learned a tremendous amount of stuff in the early months by going to a site and using this feature. Kinda like "Howdeydodat" and then I could dissect it in a visual editing environment.

I would love to return to this feature but I can't outweigh the cost. I mean this sincerely.

Good tools are a blessing to a skilled craftsman. However sheer determination and purpose of will....that will overcome any limitation.



 8:39 pm on Mar 27, 2001 (gmt 0)

I understand that there can be Front Page extensions on a Unix server, as well as a Windows box. Are there any differences to look out for in migrating a site to a Unix server?


 11:31 pm on Mar 27, 2001 (gmt 0)

As I understand they funcion the same although I have not tried a Unix/FP combination. What is holding me back is I need ASP as well. I believe there is a unix version of ASP but know nothing about it and should have its own discussion in "Scripting" anyway.



 1:00 am on Mar 28, 2001 (gmt 0)

Chilisoft Woz. They do asp on unix. Some of the new Cobalts already have it installed.


 1:07 am on Mar 28, 2001 (gmt 0)

Wooo... asp is no longer Windows only? (Oh no... something else to learn...)

GAWD... I am the typo QUEEN today!

Edited by: mivox


 1:19 am on Mar 28, 2001 (gmt 0)

Thanks "B", I'll investigate.


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